College Transitions is an internationally recognized team of college planning experts. As the only admissions consulting provider with an active research agenda in higher education, our counselors leverage their quantitative background, professional network, and inside knowledge to help students identify good-fit schools and gain a competitive advantage in the admissions process. Over the past decade, College Transitions has supported thousands of applicants, helping them secure admission at more than 500 of the most competitive colleges, universities, and graduate programs.
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Susan Hayes, New York, NY
Paul Yousef, Vienna, VA
Amanda Zhang, Atlanta, GA
Adam Yao, Shanghai, China
Nancy N., Portland, ME
Whether we’re presenting, writing, or being written about, College Transitions is creating buzz and contributing to the college knowledge of students and their families. Our work has been featured in numerous print and online publications, and we are regularly asked to inform the public on issues related to college admission and planning.
U.S. News features College Transitions
Washington, DC— College Transitions CEO Andrew Belasco was featured in a U.S. News article examining Early Decision. The piece provides answers to ten of the most commonly asked questions regarding Early Decision, and Andrew’s advice is incorporated throughout Click here to read the article.
Financial Planning Features College Transitions
New York, NY— College Transitions co-founder Dave Bergman was featured in Financial Planning, offering advice on submitting the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Bergman discusses why it can be advantageous for students and families to submit the FAFSA early and encourages readers to…
Washington Diplomat Interviews College Transitions
Washington, DC— College Transitions CEO Andrew Belasco was interviewed by The Washington Diplomat for an article examining critical factors in the college admission process. In the article, Belasco highlighted the importance of demonstrated interest and also spoke about the unique challenges that international students face…